By Gretchen Weber, KQED Climate Watch Even if the world stopped emitting all greenhouse gases today, scientists say, the climate would conti…
Floods in the Midwest and a new SolveClimate story are a reminder of nuclear power's vulnerability to climate change.
In different parts of the American West, climate influences wildfires in unexpected ways.
With heat waves on the rise, last summer's nuclear slowdown in Tennessee may be a sign of things to come.
The deadly Russian heatwave of 2010 was a more exceptional event than the 2003 European heatwave, a new study finds.
A new study finds that primarily natural causes led to last summer's soaring temperatures in Russia, but similar events are becoming more like…
Both NOAA and NASA reported today that 2010 tied with 2005 for the title of warmest year on record.
Despite two key factors that lead to cooler conditions, 2010 will go down in history as one of the warmest years on record.
A new review suggests that socioeconomic and community factors play an important role in planning for future heat waves.
A number of extreme and record breaking climate events took place in 2010. Here's our list reviewing the ten biggest newsmakers.
The Russian heat wave of 2010 contributed to the deaths of as many as 15,000 people. But just how unusual was the heat?
The average temperature in Moscow during June, July and August 2010 was significantly hotter than any year since 1950.
The average temperature in Moscow during July 2010 was significantly hotter than any year since 1950.
It's official: Washington, D.C. and New York, N.Y. both sweated through their warmest summers on record this year.
Comparison of early to mid-summer conditions along the eastern seaboard vs. the West Coast.
During June and July, record heat gripped the eastern U.S., while cities along the West Coast from San Diego to Seattle shivered.
In the wake of a wild summer, climate scientists are seeking to improve their understanding of links between climate change and extreme weathe…
Arctic sea ice continues anemic rebound from 2007 record low; new heat wave study will leave you sweating; and a Senate candidate says manmade…
CLIMATE CENTRAL - After the second warmest July on record, 2010 is shaping up to be one of the hottest years on the books.
The extreme weather events we are seeing today, such as flooding in Pakistan and the Russian heat wave, are theoretically possible with or wit…